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UN sanctions on North Korea are unlikely to bring a halt to missile and nuclear tests, but the U.S. will push that path for now, including a complete oil embargo, says Harry Kazianis, director of Defense Studies, Center for the National Interest.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on "all nations to take new measures" against North Korea.
Stone has said he communicated with Guccifer 2.0, the unnamed hacker who has taken credit for breaking into DNC email servers.
China opposes North Korea's nuclear weapons development, but wants the U.S. to restart long-stalled negotiations with North Korea.
Recent U.S. sanctions against Venezuela's PDVSA have started to ensnare its U.S. unit, Citgo Petroleum.
A North Korean state agency threatened on Thursday to use nuclear weapons to "sink" Japan and reduce the United States to "ashes and darkness" for supporting a U.N. Security Council resolution and sanctions over its latest nuclear test.
Worries rippled through the consumer market for antivirus software after the U.S. government banned federal agencies from using Kaspersky Labs software.
As Russian troops take part in what may be the largest military exercise since the Cold War, NATO has called on Moscow to be more "transparent" about its exercises.
Russian authorities evacuated people from Moscow on Wednesday after anonymous phone calls asserting the location had been mined, RIA news agency reported.
Moscow stands accused of hiding the true intentions of its week-long war games.
In Trump's White House, even Jared Kushner isn't safe from Russia probes, Vox reports.
Turkey is moving full steam ahead on its plans to buy a Russian air defense system and already made a deposit, according to Turkish media.
Some of President Trump's lawyers advocated in June for son-in-law Jared Kushner to step down from his White House role, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Secret negotiations mediated by a neutral third party are key to resolving the North Korean crisis, says a former NATO supreme commander.
Some Trump lawyers pushed in June for Jared Kushner to leave the White House amid Russia probe concerns, the WSJ reported, citing sources.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously increased sanctions against North Korea over the country's sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3.
Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes' investigation into whether Obama administration officials used classified intelligence reports to discredit Donald Trump's 2016 campaign team could backfire on the congressman - and the president, sources familiar with the reports said.
The U.N. Security Council is voting on new North Korea sanctions, but experts are skeptical of whether China and Russia will get on board.
China and Russia are opposed to any sanctions on North Korea that hurt citizens, but may agree to some financial measures being pushed by the US at the UN Security Council, says Duyeon Kim, visiting senior fellow. Korean Peninsula Future Forum.